Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

Screwing Up in that First Book

Posted Apr 16 2018 in , , , , ,

I’m always terribly amused by these signs. Apparently in flat, desert landscapes like we have in New Mexico, one must beware of sudden lakes.  A big mistake, to be cruising along and not realize the road ends in a cliff dive into water.  That segues pretty naturally into this week’s topic at the SFF Seven: […]

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Does Your Family Read Your Books?

Posted Apr 8 2018 in , , , , , , , ,

We have high winds today and Jackson is feeling the fever – here he is trying to climb the portal post. Spoiler alert: that’s as high as he got. Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is whether our spouses or close family read our books. I always find it interesting how widely this […]

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The Artful Juggle: Planning Future Books While Keeping up with Current Deadlines

Posted Apr 2 2018 in , , , , , , , , ,

Our topic this week at the SFF Seven – the challenge of maintaining a writing schedule and trying to prepare for future business – is an apropos one for me right now. Because, boy howdy, have I been wrestling this particular challenge lately. Come on over for more!

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Reviews Are for Readers – Or Are They?

Posted Mar 18 2018 in , , , ,

Our topic this week at the SFF Seven is on our calendar as “Reviews – I’m rubber, you’re glue.” Which gave me pause, I’ll admit. The phrase comes from US playground taunts among children (do other countries have this one?) where the teased child will reply “I’m rubber, you’re glue. What bounces off me, sticks […]

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Is Fear Holding You Back in Your Writing?

Posted Mar 11 2018 in , , , ,

Today is the very last day to catch the AMID THE WINTER SNOW anthology. After today it goes off sale and the stories will only be available as stand-alones. Our topic at the SFF Seven this week is Our Favorite Motivational/Inspirational Quote. Come on over to find out what mine is – and why!

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